Kamran Rashidi

Assistant Professor
Business Administration , Jönköping International Business School

Kamran Rashidi is an assistant professor at the Department of Business Administration, Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University, Sweden. In December 2019, he received his Ph.D. degree with a dissertation titled “Sustainable supplier selection in the logistics industry: A comparison of alternative approaches” in the field of business administration in School of Business, Economics, and Law at Gothenburg University. He also did a two-years postdoctoral research at Business Development and Technology Department in Aarhus University, Denmark. During that time, his research revolved around defining and measuring supply chain competitiveness in Danish multinational corporations.

His research focuses on supply chain management, sourcing, purchasing, supplier management, competitiveness, and implementing sustainability within the supply chain management context. 

He has published scientific articles in different international journals including Journal of Cleaner Production, Expert Systems with Applications, Energy Economics, Transport Policy, and Benchmarking: An International Journal.

He is teaching in Advanced Supply Chain Management 1 & 2 at master’s level in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management program. He has also teaching experiences in different courses such as Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Management & Strategy, Purchasing & Product Development, and Sustainability Principles & Practices.


Sarker, S., Rashidi, K., Golgeci, I., Gligor, D., Hsuan, J. (2022). Exploring pillars of supply chain competitiveness: insights from leading global supply chains Production planning & control (Print). More information
Rashidi, K., Noorizadeh, A., Kannan, D., Cullinane, K. (2020). Applying the triple bottom line in sustainable supplier selection: A meta-review of the state-of-the-art. More information
Rashidi, K. (2020). AHP versus DEA: a comparative analysis for the gradual improvement of unsustainable suppliers Benchmarking: An International Journal, 27(8), 2283-2321. More information
Rashidi, K., Cullinane, K. (2019). A comparison of fuzzy DEA and fuzzy TOPSIS in sustainable supplier selection: Implications for sourcing strategy Expert systems with applications, 121, 266-281. More information
Rashidi, K., Cullinane, K. (2019). Evaluating the sustainability of national logistics performance using Data Envelopment Analysis Transport Policy, 74, 35-46. More information
Noorizadeh, A., Rashidi, K., Peltokorpi, A. (2018). Categorizing suppliers for development investments in construction: application of DEA and RFM concept Construction Management and Economics, 36(9), 487-506. More information
Rashidi, K., Farzipoor Saen, R. (2018). Incorporating dynamic concept into gradual efficiency: Improving suppliers in sustainable supplier development Journal of Cleaner Production, 202, 226-243. More information
Rashidi, K., Farzipoor Saen, R. (2015). Measuring eco-efficiency based on green indicators and potentials in energy saving and undesirable output abatement Energy Economics, 50, 18-26. More information
Rashidi, K., Shabani, A., Farzipoor Saen, R. (2015). Using data envelopment analysis for estimating energy saving and undesirable output abatement: A case study in the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) countries Journal of Cleaner Production, 105, 241-252. More information

Conference paper

Rashidi, K., Machado, C. (2024). Dynamic Hybrid Purchasing Structure for Resilience in Multiunit Firms. 33rd Annual International IPSERA Conference, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 24-27 March 2024. More information
Rashidi, K., Azadegan, A., Machado, C. (2023). The interconnection between purchasing structure and supply chain resilience in multi-unit businesses. 32nd International Annual IPSERA Conference, Barcelona, Spain, April 2–5, 2023. More information